The System Architecture Virtual Integration (SAVI "savvy") Program is a collaboration between aerospace system development stakeholders whose goal is to lower development costs of complex aerospace systems by enabling model-driven virtual integration of complex systems across multiple development environments. The resulting SAVI Virtual Integration will eliminate errors and reduce both development cost and time to market.
The SAVI Program resides within the Aerospace Vehicle Systems Institute (AVSI), an aerospace industry research cooperative whose members perform collaborative applied research and technology projects.
AVSI is part of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station.
Current Members of the SAVI Program include Airbus, Boeing, U.S. DoD, Embraer, U.S. FAA, GE Aviation, Honeywell, U.S. NASA, Rockwell Collins, the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and United Technologies Corporation.